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Woodland Valley Ranch Property Owners Association

Come see the big skies of Woodland Valley Ranch - located on Hwy 191 north of St. Johns, Arizona 

ANNOUNCEMENTS & RANCH NEWS

July 24, 2020 Well Testing Report has been posted to the Links and Resources Page.

July 15, 2020 At the regular meeting of the Board, It has been determined that the Well has been at half capacity or approximately  5000 gal. Members with Water Totes in the back of a pick-up truck or high ground clearance trailers may not be able to fill their tote. As this issue is most apparent on weekend, we are asking Full time / Part time residence members to try to draw water during the week (Tuesday thru Thursday. The Board believes this will allow for our weekend members to draw water. Well information and Updates can be found here.

June 1, 2020 Special announcement regarding the up coming June 13, 2020 Membership Meeting.

Ed spoke with the Fire Chief regarding the June 13th Membership meeting, and she had the following advice,
1. Have everyone bring chairs and socially distance 6' apart and wear masks
2. Serve no food.

This year, out of an abundance of caution and stewardship of the POA, please provide your own food and drink to the June 13th POA meeting.

Also discussed were the WVR roads, she said that the best thing we could do is get rid of all of the WVR Road name signs. This is not an option.
She explained that when people call 911, they do not use the 911 addresses but use WVR road names, and that is not helpful at all because EMS uses 911 addresses.
Then she said if the person who needs treatment can stand and walk, put them in a car and meet EMS at St Hwy 191. It will save them $15 per mile too.
This does not help Fire nor Sheriff, though. Having 911 signs at your driveway will. Home Depot can make the 911 signs. Concho Fire Dept is working with Home Depot on this.

NOMINATIONS FOR 2020/2021 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ARE NOW OPEN - Updated April 20th, 2020 - extended the due date for candidacy submissions
    Anyone interested in running for the Board of Directors for WVR-POA must contact any of the current Board via e-mail or by letter before 5 pm on May 8th, 2020.
    The preferred method is to send an email to Board of Directors with the subject line: "Candidate for 2020/2021 Board".
    When submitting your request for nomination, please include a short bio stating why you are interested in being on the board and your plans for improving our community. Try to keep it to a few paragraphs as the ballots need to be mailed to the entire membership. Attach this bio in “*.txt” or “*.doc” format (plain text or Microsoft Word formats only; this will ensure we can open it).

April 4, 2020 The new culvert on Main Street just East of CR6268 has been installed. The covering soil will be allowed to settle with the weather headed in later in the week. Stay away from the edges. T posts will be installed at the culvert in the near future.

  • A number of washes in the Rincon Vally along Sweet water, Rincon, Houchens, Debra Ln, and Crossfire were attended to after a member advised that there were, "Wow, Oh Dear and Yikes" washouts. Pinon did this work on Sunday, March 29, 2020 as emergency repairs. They are passable now.
  • There was a difficult section of Anasazi reported South of the Corrizo wash near the "Blue hill" that Pinon also fixed last week.

February, 2020

Ed Sauer - Feb 2020
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There appears to have been some problems with delivery of the WVR POA Dues invoices. Many members have yet to receive the notices.

I spoke with Chris York of TRT today about POA members not receiving the POA Dues invoices.

She said she sent everything out in December and has not received any postal notices of failure to deliver. She has also been concerned with the high number of inquiries she has received from members who did not receive their invoices. At the same time she has received payments from many members so some of the invoices were delivered.

What she recommends is that if you have not received your WVR POA Dues invoice that you email her with your full name and parcel number(s) at

cyork@trtmanagement.com

She will email you back your invoice. Included in that email will be a link where you can pay your dues online by check for free. If you pay by credit card there is a fee so use the check method.

We also spoke about waiving any penalty for payments after the February 28th (or 29th leap year??) deadline. This is a glitch that appears to be a result of the Post Office and not TRT nor the POA Board. And it certainly is not the fault of the members. There should be no penalty to the members for this. I will formalize the waiving of fees with the other board members this afternoon. Once approved I will advise in comment to this posting.

The POA Board will also post this notice on the WVR POA Web and Facebook spaces.

WVR Board

February, 2020 Meeting minutes have been posted

May 14, 2019: LoanCare and Security Title

From: Kenny Dix <kwd@arizonaland.com>
Date: 5/14/19 12:21 PM (GMT-08:00)
To: assetservicesgp@aol.com
Subject: LoanCare
 

Hello Zolin:

I have an Update for you!

LoanCare has given up and all the LoanCare accounts are going back to Security Title. Should all be cleared up by the end of this month.

Some accounts will show late fees but Security Title will reverse them when all the dust has settled. They say they can get up to speed faster that way.

Hopefully we will back to normal soon.

Thought you might like to share the info.

Kenny

August 8, 2019 WVR Well Testing UDS Level 2 Final  report

June 25, 2018: WVR Well Testing, UDS Level 2 Final Report

March 28, 2016: It has come to the attention of the POA Board that some people are opening gates at the ranch and leaving them open.  Any gate you open and drive through, MUST be closed behind you without exception.

January 1, 2015: During the June 2014 Annual Membership meeting it was announced that all road naming by individual owners had ceased.  Since that time the Board is still receiving requests to name roads at the ranch.  All road naming, signage and mapping projects are the Board's responsibility and discretion moving forward.  No further road naming requests will be considered.

November 1, 2014:  Effective immediately, Rosie Road is permanently closed.  The Dale Dr extension is complete and all areas previously accessed via Rosie Road are accessible via Dale.  Rosie Road will no longer be maintained by the WVR POA. If you choose to travel on this route, it is at your own risk.